Washington DC is one of the hottest shopping destinations in the world now. The main reason for this is the wide range of attractions the city offers. No wonder, a private tour Washington DC will be on the bucket list of every passionate traveler.
Note that you can make your trip even more exciting and memorable if you include some of the coolest neighborhoods in DC in your tour itinerary. Each of these places is unique with their own thriving art galore, foodies’ hubs, architectural aesthetics, and all. In fact, these neighborhoods of DC are best to describe the eclectic nature of the city. Below are some of the hippest and must-see localities in the US capital city that you must visit during your Washington DC tours.
Located between the Dupont Circle and luxurious Woodley Park, Adams Morgan is one of the stylish localities in Washington DC. This place will be perfect for all the foodies out there, irrespective of whatever cuisine you prefer, because Adams Morgan serves all kind of eateries.
You can find some of the top-rated cuisine varieties here such as Middle Eastern, Korean, Chinese, Ethiopian, Spanish, Greek, Japanese, Belgian, French, etc. If you want to relish your favorite cup of wine or beverage, stroll down to the 18th street after dinner.
If you want to explore the city in a limited time, Bloomingdale is a good option because it is the miniature version of DC. The locality is well maintained and upholds the unique charm of the US capital. Bloomingdale is also beautified by including many brick and stone houses on each side. Needless to say, you will be really amazed at the way the residents maintained their gardens here.
People usually come here to click many Instagram-worthy images and to enjoy some offbeat activities, such as partaking in the open mic nights at the Boundary Stone, and relishing a treat at the award-winning restaurant of Mike Friedman.
This enchanting neighborhood of Washington got its name from the beautiful morning mist that comes off the Potomac River at the southern boundary. Foggy Bottom houses many famous attractions such as Kennedy Center, State Department and southern side of Rock Creek Park, and many more. In short, it has something in store for everyone.
You can enjoy the free shows and recreational programs at the Kennedy Center, the diplomatic reception rooms of the State Department, Thompson Boat Center, amazing museums, restaurants, etc. There is a lot more to experiencing DC here.